"We believe in safely providing quality locates and excellent service at an honest, fair price"
Walleye Locating Ltd. is a buried facility line locating company headquartered in Wainwright, Alberta. Walleye will serve you at any location in Western Canada. Our locators have experience and are familiar with working in Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, and Manitoba. With three billing locations out of Alberta and Saskatchewan, let Walleye provide you with the service experience and quality work you deserve. Walleye Locating is 100% committed to conducting ethical business in all areas of our operations.
Our locators have experience in all areas of buried facility locating. Some examples include small to very large facilities such as plants and terminals, leases, small to big inch pipeline projects, pipeline integrity and abandonments, environmental and Phase II's, One Call Screening, Response and Management, municipal and city utility locating, private homeowner jobs, and many, many more. We have a combined experience of over 29 years in the industry.
Walleye Locating has the ability to provide very competitive pricing. Walleye does not carry a large overhead, and is willing to negotiate pricing on jobs of any size to find a cost that works for both you and us.
Walleye offers Buried Facility Locating Technicians with experience in all facets of the locating industry. In the event of emergency locates we are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
Walleye offers an experienced and knowledgeable crossing inspection service to buried facility owners in accordance with all current AER, CER, and provincial acts, rules and regulations.
Walleye offers an experienced One-Call screening and management service. This service includes One-Call Screening, Response, and Line Locating in accordance with all current AER, CER and other provincial acts, rules and regulations. Upon receiving and/or screening a One-Call ticket, Walleye will dispatch a locating crew to determine whether your buried facilities are in conflict with the proposed ground disturbance area if the need for field verification is determined. We then provide documentation of our findings to both the ground disturber and the buried facility owner.